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From: Jean Mayfield Cuevas <>
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 09:44:32 -0400


A number of Izard County folks headed to TX. I don't know what the pull
was, does anyone?

Jean C.

At 11:30 PM 5/20/99 -0700, you wrote:
>Is Cinda buried at Seymour? Her father's name would be on her death
>certificate. Most Texas counties in this area have death records dating
>from the 1920's. I live about 150 miles from Seymour but I never get there
>when the courthouse is open.
>You can still get a photocopy of the death record for genealogical purposes,
>but the law here my be changing to make it more difficult and expenses to
>order this kind of record.
>It is kind of interesting to find some one from Izard County this far out
>(Bookout, Pogue, Langston, Lawyer, Roberts)
>-----Original Message-----
>From: <>
>To: <>
>Date: Thursday, May 20, 1999 4:45 PM
>Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] HARRIS
>>If my info is right, Cinda is short for Cinderalla and is the second wife
>>A.W. Harris. (and his name was Augustus) What I would like to do is go
>>other way. I think that A.W. was the son of Henry, buy that is not
>>conclusive. These Harrises passed their children around like party favors,
>>and seldom did they live with their parents according to what I have been
>>able to find out. My ggrandmother's name was Sarah Jane Harris and she
>>married James Dawson Hooser in about 1877. She was born 16 Oct 1856 and
>>April 1929 in Seymour, TX. She remarried after J.D. died to a R.T.A.
>>Richardson. For years I thought that her father's name was John; that is
>>what my grandmother had told me. Vera Reeves found an article in an old
>>newspaper that said that his name was Augustus W. When I went back and
>>checked I found the name of Averilla as his wife in the 1860 census in the
>>Izard County Historian. This is ALL I have. If it hadn't been for Vera I
>>would not have had this much.
>>Just thought that I would check with you. I am getting pretty desperate on
>>the Harris AND Hooser line. They just seem to go no where.
>>Thanks for your reply.
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